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    vBulletin Blog Running on

    Have you noticed the Blogs link up there in the navbar?

    The development of the vBulletin blogging product has progressed to the point where we have installed it onto's forum for the use of all licensed registered visitors, in order to receive feedback and bug reports etc.

    Currently we are running only the blogging component, not the social networking part, which needs further work before being ready for deployment here.

    Please feel free to blog away with the tools at your disposal, and make use of trackback and/or pingback to link your blog at to blogs elsewhere - this is one of the primary things we'd like to test on a larger scale here on

    Before you start blogging, you may want to add a name and description to your blog. This can be done via your Blog Control Panel, a link to which can be found on every blog page, or in the list of links from your User Control Panel. It would probably also be useful to set your default blogging options and create some blog categories, the forms for which are also in the Blog Control Panel.

    We hope you enjoy exploring vBulletin's new Blog systems and we look forward to receiving your feedback.

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    Wayne Luke
    The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
    vBulletin 5 API


    • #3
      Please remember to rate blog entries after you have read them, in order that we get useful results on the Best Entries and Best Blogs pages!


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        vBulletin Blog: Slight Change of Plans

        Both in response to feedback from customers, to allow easier development, and in order to bring the Blog to market more quickly, it has been decided that the social networking component that had been originally intended to be released as part of the vBulletin Blog product will now instead be released with vBulletin 3.7.0.

        This means that all existing vBulletin customers will gain the social networking component (although they can of course disable it through the control panel should they decide to do so) when they upgrade to the version of vBulletin that contains it, rather than having to purchase additional products.

        We look forward to bringing you both vBulletin Blog and the vBulletin 3.7, which will contain the social networking component and a few other new features.


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